Schools in coin

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Jan elaine
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Schools in coin

Postby Jan elaine » Wed Jun 24, 2015 6:41 pm

Hello all
I'm just asking for any help on schools in coin.I've heard the our lady loudes is a good school but not sure if this is a Spanish state school or not.we are moving to coin next June with my job and would like any information on Spanish schools my children will be 10 and 13.I know it will be difficult but have heard there is a lot of help available for them .
Also how does the health service work I believe I am covered by my job but unsure on children and husband.
Thank you all in advance I look forward to hearing from you

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avellana
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Re: Schools in coin

Postby avellana » Thu Jun 25, 2015 5:50 pm

The Lourdes School is a 'colegio concertado'.
This means it is funded partly by the government and partly by the parents.
www.colegiolourdes.com.

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Re: Schools in coin

Postby bigal » Thu Jun 25, 2015 8:37 pm

Suggest you join the group "What's on in Coin and Surrounding Areas" and ask your question there.

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